Archive for the ‘Wine Investments’ Category

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Château Pétrus Drives Record Breaking $1.5 Million Fine Wine Auction at Heritage

PHOTO: Heritage Auctions Today, I’m wearing my publisher hat, not my writer’s one. The following is a press release from Heritage Auctions. Having not attended, but having a keen interest in what’s happening in the world of wine, I see two distinct categories of who’s buying wine for what purposes. The first one is people who […]

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2018 Vineyard Economics Seminar program on Monday, June 18, 2018

The 2018 Vineyard Economics Seminar: Register here… An expert panel will be kicking off the first major discussion of the day, which is a focus on wine country agriculture, the latest in land acquisitions, and what that means for the future. In this panel, five industry experts will journey through a discussion about availability, demand, […]

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What’s a sensible wine investment?

Recently, someone commented negatively about something I had written about wine being an investment. “Why,” according tot his person, “would ANYONE want to invest in wine?” Well, one of those obvious reasons is that liquid investments DO pay off; most especially if it’s a rare wine, like a 1945 Margaux. this could take care of […]

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Investing in fine wine ~ What a sensible investment, given the times we’re in

I don’t have the space for a wine cellar, nor is my house the right, consistent temperature… Like I could even live in 55 degrees all of the time, 365 days a year; nor could I live in cave conditions, blocking out all daylight. So, I was never going to be collecting wine; however, being […]